Archives for November 24, 2010

Clothespin Nativity Scene Ornaments by Belle at {Beautiful Nest} {Ornament No. 12}

Clothespin Nativity Scene Ornaments by Belle at {Beautiful Nest} {Ornament No. 12}

I'm so happy to introduce Belle from {Beautiful Nest} Clothespin Nativity Scene {Handmade Ornament No. 12}Welcome...Belle! First off, a big thanks to Stephanie Lynn for asking me to feature homemade Christmas tree ornaments. It's a joy be a part of this fun event! My name is Belle from Beautiful Nest, which I co-host with my sister, Sparrow. Now on to the ornaments! One reason I chose to use clothespins in this craft is because I have at least a hundred of them. At first I thought it would be neat to make a bunch of angels, Continue reading

Hanging Glittered Petal Cone Ornament by Chelsea at Room to Inspire {Ornament No. 11}

Hanging Glittered Petal Cone Ornament by Chelsea at Room to Inspire {Ornament No. 11}

I'm so excited to introduce our eleventh guest blogger Chelsea from Room to Inspire Hanging Glittered Petal Cone {Handmade Ornament No. 11} Welcome...Chelsea!   Hi! My name is Chelsea - I am from Room to Inspire And I am thrilled to be participating in this fabulous handmade ornament series! When I was out looking for inspiration I spotted an ornament that totally inspired me and I thought would be perfect for this series. Here are the materials you will need: 6" Styrofoam Cone Decoart Elegant Finish Continue reading

Wire Word Ornaments by Erin at Crafts & Sutch {Ornament No. 10}

Wire Word Ornaments by Erin at Crafts & Sutch {Ornament No. 10}

I'm thrilled to introduce Erin from Crafts & Sutch Wire Word Ornaments{Handmade Ornament No. 10}Welcome...Erin! Hello Under the Table and Dreaming readers! I'm so very happy to spend some time with you today! I'm Erin from Crafts & Sutch. I love all things crafty and have been diagnosed with "I can make that" syndrome. I am constantly inspired by the things I see, so I like to create a little bit of everything. :) Today we are making wire word ornaments. Here's a peek at JOY! You will need the following supplies to get Continue reading

Twine Wrapped Christmas Star Ornament by Rebekah at All Thingz Related {Ornament No. 9}

Twine Wrapped Christmas Star Ornament by Rebekah at All Thingz Related {Ornament No. 9}

It's my pleasure to introduce Rebekah from All Thingz Related Twine Wrapped Christmas Star{Handmade Ornament No. 9}Welcome...Rebekah! Hi there! I'm Rebekah over at All Thingz Related! I feel so honored to be here because Under The Table and Dreaming is one of the very first blogs that I started following! It is definitely one of my favorites! A huge thank you, Stephanie, for having me today! I wanted to make something that was simple, using what I had on hand. Supplies:   Star template   Continue reading

Easy to Make Gift Card Holders & A Scotch Double-Sided Tape Giveaway

Thanks to Scotch(R) Double Sided Tape for sponsoring my writing about crafts. Add your comment below to be entered for a chance to win free sample rolls to help with your upcoming holiday needs. Here is a quick and easy way to dress up and personalize any gift card you may be planning on giving for the upcoming season. Materials Needed:Cardstock or Scrapbooking Paper {preferably printed on both sides} Ribbon Decorative Scissors Plain Scissors Utility Knife Ruler Scotch(R) Double Sided Tape by 3M With the sheet of 8 1/2 X 11 Continue reading

Handmade Mercury Glass Ornaments by Emily at Finding My Aloha {Ornament No. 8}

Handmade Mercury Glass Ornaments by Emily at Finding My Aloha {Ornament No. 8}

I'm delighted to introduce Emily from Finding My Aloha Handmade Mercury Glass {Handmade Ornament No. 8}Welcome...Emily! Hi there Under the Table and Dreaming readers! I'm Emily from Finding My Aloha. I was over-the-moon when Stephanie asked me to guest post about a handmade ornament! After zealously accepting her invitation, I began to ponder what to make. I love when mercury glass starts popping up in all the stores and catalogs around the holidays, like this one from Pottery Barn... Inspired by all the faux mercury glass Continue reading